Becky Barnes Campbell


Prior to establishing Campbell Ward, Becky was Director of Operations at Noble Strategies, a full-service public affairs firm that represented Fortune 500 companies, federal and state associations, universities, and other businesses.


Becky has also been the Special Events Coordinator at the Arkansas Foodbank, where she built events benefiting the Foodbank and managed the related fundraising goals.


She also served as Chief of Staff to Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe, working as her scheduler, community liaison, and media coordinator, while also championing the first lady’s causes.


Becky grew up in Bryant but now lives in Park Hill with her husband Daniel and their dog Bandit.  She loves to promote Arkansas, follow and discuss politics, and brag about her husband’s film projects.  She is very involved at Epoch Church, volunteers with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership, the Arkansas Foodbank, and City Year. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Lauren Waldrip


Lauren previously served as Director of Public Affairs at Noble Strategies, drawing on her experience in strategic communications and public relations. A native of Moro, Waldrip oversees promotional efforts, media relations, trade association management, event planning, marketing strategies and activities for state and federal PACs.


She has also worked in development as Project Coordinator for the Razorback Foundation, where she implemented a program that increased membership by 20%. Lauren assisted with the re-branding of the Razorback Foundation and aided in planning and coordinating events for current and prospective donors. Additionally, she has provided public relations assistance for U.S. Senator John Boozman and for the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, where she worked to develop content marketing and communication strategy.


She holds undergraduate degrees in marketing and public relations from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She completed her Master of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas Sam M. Walton Graduate School of Business.


Lauren resides in Little Rock and attends Fellowship Bible Church. She enjoys promoting rural Arkansas and the Delta region, deer and duck hunting and collecting vinyl records.